Part 1: The Origins of Wellbeing Part 2: Aesthetic Issues Affecting Wellbeing Introduction 1. Colour Psychology 2. Shapes and Volumes 3. Art In Hospitals 4. Wellbeing and Materials Part 3: Physical Issues Affecting Wellbeing Introduction 5. The Effects of the Internal Environmental Factors on People 6. Daylighting Design for Health and Wellbeing: Evidence and Prospects 7. Light and Wellbeing 8. Acoustic Design Quality 9. Indoor Air Quality Part 4: Operational Issues Affecting Wellbeing Introduction 10. Measuring Wellbeing 11. Delivering a Design for Wellbeing Part 5: User Experience Through Spaces 12. A User-Centred Guide to Workspace Wellbeing 13. Designing for the Senses Part 6: Commercial Issues Around a Design Supporting Wellbeing Introduction 14. The Business Case for Wellbeing in Interiors
Elina Grigoriou is a London-based Interior Designer and Sustainability expert. A leading industry figure in sustainable interior design and fit-out environmental change, Elina is a RICS Accredited Ska Rating Assessor for both Offices and Retail and her support and involvement in the Ska Rating initiative has been instrumental in bringing the system into effect. Elina is Chair of the Ska Rating Technical Committee in addition to advising on its future development. Richard Francis is Principal of The Monomoy Company, a strategic research and advisory firm serving clients in the built environment. He is Chair of the British Council for Offices Environmental Sustainability Group, Chair of the British Council of Shopping Centres Low Carbon Working Group, a founding partner of the Feeling Good Foundation, a Ska for Retail Development Partner, an editor for Intelligent Buildings International and an elected member of highly respected organizations.